Tri-Mer Offers Dust Collectors for Dry Processing
Machines perform at exceptionally high efficiencies, about 99+ percent range for a broad variety of soluble and insoluble particulate.
Tri-Mer says that its Whirl Wet Dust Collectors perform at exceptionally high efficiencies, about 99+ percent range for a broad variety of soluble and insoluble particulate.
The company says the units are self-cleaning, and that particulate is deposited at the bottom of the unit as a dense filter cake. The patented design has no moving parts, and does not use maintenance components such as nozzles or pumps, and consumes minimal water.
Tri-Mer says energy generated inside the unit will not allow the system to clog under any operating conditions, so the agglomeration and sticky residues that plug other dust collectors are not an issue with Whirl Wet.
The company offers several models, each tailored to the dust loading, including the Model MCD, which operates continuously without shut-down. Capacities are from 500 cfm to 50,000 cfm, and construction is PVC, polypropylene, stainless steel, or alloy materials.
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